Mr. Brothers also contended, "We have some responsibility to these people who have applied," to get on with the selection.
No, Mr. Brothers. That's not true, either.
The school board's responsibility is to the public. And if it goes ahead with an amateurish process, rolling right past the need for a credible national search, then the public will be justified in concluding the worst: that the board simply has failed to do its job.
But my favorite came in the comments section:
Stunning evidence: the Chairman of the Board says: "not just me but the entire board have heard" (sic, sic). No, Joe, the proper expression of your thought would be "not just I but the entire board has. . . ."
If the Chairman of the Board of Education can't string eight words together without making two grammatical errors, Kentucky deserves to be ranked in the very bottom tier of states.
Posted: Sat Nov 17, 2007 10:25 am
Governor Fletcher, there is still time to set this right.